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Unstable wet weather on the cards this week

WIDESPREAD showers and thunderstorms will affect Australia’s southeastern states and territories during the second half of this week, according to weather service Weatherzone.

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 Weatherzone is forecasting unstable weather for south eastern Australia over the next few days. Image courtesy Weatherzone.

Weatherzone is forecasting unstable weather for south eastern Australia over the next few days. Image courtesy Weatherzone.

Weatherzone stated in its forecast yesterday that an upper-level, cut-off low pressure system will drift across southeastern Australia between Thursday and Sunday. This isolated pool of cold air, which...

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